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  The Chatter Box : Blathering On
  
  
  
 
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fave book quotes by arty_farty on 13 December 2006 8:02pm
 
from its ok, im wearing realy big knickers

"grandad farted once when we were out in the street. realy loudly. when he looked behind him there was a woman walking her dachshund dog... the woman heard grandad's fart (who didn't?) and she said 'well realy!'
and grandad said 'im terribly sorry madam i seem to have shot the legs off your dog'"
 
Re: fave book quotes by Lounge Trekker on 13 December 2006 8:40pm
 
Q What do you do with a dog with no legs?

A Put him on a leash and take him for a drag!

Lounge Trekker
 
Re: fave book quotes by arty_farty on 15 December 2006 11:46pm
 
from the wheel of time series

"the wheel of time turns, and ages come and pass, leaving memories that become legend. legend fades into myth and even myth is long forgotten when the age that gave it birth comes again."
 
Re: fave book quotes by Ahren on 27 December 2006 7:12pm
 
Even when mind and strength had gone, gratitude and a mutual tenderness still lived on in the heart of man
 
Re: fave book quotes by foreignrabbit on 27 December 2006 7:25pm
 
i have to many to remember im agraid. my favourite quote (more like message) comes from hearts in atlantis (book 2, the real hearts in atlantis)

it is actually represented by symbols)

love (arrowed heart) + peace (the symbol we all know so well) = information (that one is just the word)

its a very powerful book. not at all like stephen kings other work.
 
Re: fave book quotes by Ken Dunn on 27 December 2006 7:38pm
 
'Political and religious differences and arguments have no place in a mountaineering team.' This quote is not verbatim but it does reflect the state of mind required to make some great achievements and is drawn from High Conquest by James Ramsey Ullman.
 
Re: fave book quotes by perfectbitch on 28 December 2006 10:19am
 
Attempting to organise aetheists/agnostics would be like trying to herd cats.

From The God Delusion by Dawkins. The quote is attributed to someone else.

Linz
 
Re: fave book quotes by fairygirl48 on 28 December 2006 7:29pm
 
"And remember also that many places you would like to see are just off the map and many things you want to know are just out of sight or a little beyond your reach. But someday you'll reach them all, for what you learn today, for no reason at all, will help you discover all the wonderful secrets of tomorrow."

--from The Phantom Tollbooth by Norton Juster
 
Re: fave book quotes by johnnythemonkey on 28 December 2006 7:46pm
 
"Every line of strength in American history is a line coloured with Scottish blood "
Woodrow Wilson,28th U.S President.
(quoted in many books and biographies)
 
Re: fave book quotes by perfectbitch on 28 December 2006 8:01pm
 
Ah! The Phantom Tollbooth. Thank you for reminding me. I only know it from the animated film and was thrilled with it. One of the very fewe animations from that era that isn't a Disney. It is virtually unknown here.

Linz
 
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